You have a plugin, but you want users to be able to use it in their native language. Learn how to get it ready for translation, things to watch out for, and tips for maintaining it as you change the plugin over time.
I needed to create a bunch of one-time use discount codes for a store, and created a script to do just that.
For one of my courses, I needed a way to create different paths or “streams” students could take through the course.
While there is an API for working with Easy Digital Downloads data, you might just want to fetch all the downloads you have or query for a specific one.
The latest version of the WordPress.org plugins page contained the full text of the last two reviews, even if those reviews are false or mis-leading.
The new WordPress Plugin Directory design was launched this week, much to the despair of many plugin authors. Here’s some ways to help shape its future.
When I submitted the free version of a plugin to the WordPress plugin directory, I got an email back saying it was rejected. But why?
A quick video with some examples on making your plugin translatable into other languages, including handling HTML links with text mixed in.
Most of the time when you see a little snippet of WordPress code somewhere on the internet, you’re told to just put it in your theme’s functions.php file. Problem is, when you update your theme, you’ll lose that code.
When you make a change to your Beaver Builder child theme CSS, changes may not appear for people who have visited your site unless they clear their cache.